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SubjectRe: Reproducible SCSI Error with Adaptec 7902
> I am receiving the following messages in my system log when stress testing
> with Cerberus (http://sourceforge.net/projects/va-ctcs). This is with an
> onboard Adaptec 7902 Ultra 320 SCSI adapter. The messages are
> reproducible on two different systems. This is with the 1.1.0 aic79xx
> driver, on both the stock Redhat kernel, and with a kernel compiled from
> the 2.4.19 sources. The system does not seem to be harmed by the
> messages, but I would like to know if they point to a problem or not.
> Interestingly, if I put and Adaptec 29320 PCI card into the same machine,
> and use the same driver, the error is not reproducible.

I would need to see *all* of the messages in order to tell you what they
mean. The log is truncated. Perhaps you can send me the full output
off list since it may be large?

--
Justin

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